Accurate and timely reporting of safety incidents is a crucial component of a positive safety culture. These invaluable learning opportunities allow us to adapt, make improvements and prevent future injury. Yet, recent Australian data has found that on average, 31% of incidents go unreported and in some organisations, this figure rises as high as 53%*. And it’s not just frontline workers failing to report; leaders and managers also underreport at alarming rates.
In this webinar, we’ll explore the three key drivers of underreporting and how to strategically address each one to drive improved safety outcomes, along with key takeaways to push your safety culture in a positive direction.
* based on a sub-sample of 6,899 participants in Australia.
As CEO, Anthony is responsible for leading Sentis on its mission to change the lives of individuals and organisations for the better every day. He has worked with thousands of people, across hundreds of organisations globally, to develop safety culture solutions that support strategy and enable the person component to reach its full potential.
Anthony has been committed to the application of psychology to enhance human performance for over 15 years and his background as a psychologist managing addiction and chronic mental health treatment facilities has informed his cognitive-behavioural insight. Regarded as a dynamic facilitator and keynote speaker, Anthony has presented globally on safety, leadership, wellbeing and organisational performance.
Sentis works with clients who have hit a plateau in their safety results, or who are looking to achieve the next level of safety excellence. With more than 15 years of research into workplace safety and psychology, Sentis fosters safer, healthier, environmentally responsible and efficient workplaces and practices.